Geometry: Quadrilaterals Share Attributes
Okay, now that your students are well-acquainted with quadrilaterals, it's time to take a step back and look at the BIG PICTURE. We've gone over the concrete
details of what makes a trapezoid a trapezoid, what makes a parallelogram a parallelogram, etc., but what about the abstract
? Students need to be able to make generalizations about quadrilaterals and explain similarities and differences between the various types.
Well, what we've got here, friends, is a handout specially designed to get your little Knowledge Knights thinking on those exact lines! Awesome, right? We think so too. Let's dive right in!
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Additional Handouts From This Series:
* Geometry: Solid Figures and Their Attributes pgs 1-4
* Geometry: Solid Figures and Their Attributes Extra Practice pgs 5-7
* Geometry: Faces, Edges, Vertices, and Bases pgs 8-10
* Geometry: Faces, Edges, Vertices, and Bases pgs Extra Practice pgs 11-13
* Geometry: Points, Lines, and Line Segments pgs 14-16
* Geometry: Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles pgs 17-19
* Geometry: Plane Figures and Polygons pgs 20-22
* Geometry: Plane Figures and Polygons Extra Practice pgs 23-25
* Geometry: Quadrilaterals pgs 26-28
* Geometry: Quadrilaterals Extra Practice pgs 29-31
* Geometry: Quadrilaterals Share Attributes pgs 32-34
* Geometry: Identify Equal Parts pgs 35-37
* Geometry: Partition Shapes Into Equal Parts pgs 38-40
If you're looking for more handouts, check out some of our other math series:
* Place Value with Addition and Subtraction within 1,000
* Basic Addition and Subtraction
* Multiplication and Division
* Area and Perimeter
* Measurement and Data
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